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Saskalta Senior Hockey League
This is the 2018-19 Sask/Alta Senior Hockey League season. This is the league's 65th season.

Membership ChangesEdit

  • The Meadow Lake Broncos were accepted into the league for the 2018-19 season at the Spring 2018 meeting.  They are joining from the Beaver Lakes Hockey League.[1]
  • After being mentioned as returning to the league for 2017-18 in early September of 2017; the Paradise Valley Jets sat out the 2017-18 season. But they announced as returning for the 2018-19 season [2]

TeamsEdit

Team Centre Arena
Dewberry Mustangs Dewberry, AB Dewberry Arena
Elk Point Elks Elk Point AB A.G. Ross Arena
Hillmond Hitmen Hillmond, SK Hillmond Redden Arena
Kitscoty Monarchs Kitscoty, AB Kitscoty Arena
Lashburn Flyers Lashburn, SK Lashburn Arena
Maidstone Jets Maidstone, SK Maidstone Arena
Meadow Lake Broncos Meadow Lake, SK Meadow Lake & District Arena
Neilburg Monarchs Neilburg, SK Neilburg Arena
Paradise Hill Hawks Paradise Hill, SK Onion Lake Arena
Paradise Valley Jets Paradise Valley, AB Three Cities Arena
St. Walburg Eagles St. Walburg, Saskatchewan St. Walburg Arena
Two Hills Longhorns Two Hills, Alberta Town of Two Hills Arena
Vermilion Rock Vermillion, AB Vermilion Stadium
Wainwright Rustlers Wainwright, AB Peace Memorial Multiplex

StandingsEdit

Team GP W L OL SL GF GA Pts
Hillmond Hitmen 19 19 0 0 0 149 39 38
Wainwright Rustlers 19 16 2 1 0 136 43 33
St. Walburg Eagles 19 13 5 0 1 108 82 27
Meadow Lake Broncos 19 12 4 0 3 108 70 27
Elk Point Elks 19 13 6 0 0 100 64 26
Lashburn Flyers 19 12 6 0 1 115 75 25
Dewberry Mustangs 19 12 6 0 1 105 77 25
Two Hills Longhorns 19 12 7 0 0 103 88 24
Paradise Valley Jets 19 6 13 0 0 62 129 12
Paradise Hill Hawks 19 5 14 0 0 57 79 10
Neilburg Monarchs 19 5 14 0 0 53 119 10
Maidstone Jets 19 3 14 1 1 51 112 8
Kitscoty Monarchs 19 3 16 0 0 42 148 6
Vermilion Rock 19 2 16 0 1 58 128 5

Placement Tie-BreakersEdit

  • 3rd place: St. Walburg finishes ahead of Meadow Lake on first tie-breaker: Total League wins 13 to 12.
  • 6th place: Lashburn finished ahead of Dewberry on second tie-breaker: points gained against each other 2 to 0; Lashburn defeated Dewberry 5-4 on December 22 in their only meeting of the season.
  • 10th place: Paradise Hill finishes ahead of Neilburg on third tie-breaker: Goals for against each other 7 to 6 Paradise Hill defeated Neilburg 4-1 on November 9 and Neilburg defeated Paradise Hill 5-3 on January 25.

PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The top eight teams qualify for the playoffs. The quarterfinals are best-of-five series with 1 vs 8, 2 vs 7, 3 vs 6 4 vs 5. The teams are re-seeded for the best-of-seven semifinals with 1 vs 4 and 2 vs 3. The semifinal winners meet in a best-of-seven series for the league championship and a spot in the 2019 Alberta Senior AA playoffs.

QuarterfinalsEdit

SemifinalsEdit

FinalEdit

The playoff champion earn the right to advance to the 2019 Alberta Senior AA playoffs being held March 28-31 at the Peace Memorial Multiplex in Wainwright, Alberta hosted by the Wainwright Rustlers of the Sask/Alta Senior Hockey League.  However, the Hillmond Hitmen represented the league at the tournament.

2019 Saskalta Hockey League champions St. Walburg Eagles

2019 SAHL champions St. Walburg Eagles

Consolation PlayoffsEdit

FormatEdit

The ninth through fourteenth place teams participate in a three round playoff. The preliminary round matches up 11 vs 14 and 12 vs 13 in best-of-three series. The semifinal round is best-of-five with the final round being best-of-five.

Preliminary RoundEdit

SemifinalsEdit

FinalEdit

ReferencesEdit

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